Before man conquered his fear of water, he amused himself with dust sports such as pushing boulders off cliffs, wrestling tumbleweeds, and falling in the dust.
Choose Between Two Options
- $75 for a one-hour wakeboarding or wakesurfing lesson for two (a $150 value)
- $299 for a three-hour private group wakeboarding or wakesurfing lesson for up to eight (a $675 value)
Each person gets 20–30 minutes on the water under the coaching of professional and semiprofessional riders who tailor their lessons to each client's skill level. The meet-up location is set upon booking and is usually on Pineview Reservoir, though instructors can meet pupils at other lakes along the Wasatch Front. Lessons are typically scheduled on afternoons and evenings, with occasional morning sessions. Participants should bring towels and sunscreen.
Behind the Axis 22 boat, a wake throws waves that would pummel many a surfer. In that valley of waves, clients learn how to wakeboard, wakesurf, wakeskate, or water ski under the coaching of Decade Wake's professional and semiprofessional riders. Lending their expertise, they guide guests in the basics, such as proper grip and stance, through advanced tricks that range from inverts to summoning an army of sea bass. And because they're headquartered in South Ogden, Decade Wake's team members can meet clients at one of several lakes along the Wasatch Front, depending on which presents the easiest meeting place.